Summer issue out now!
Johan von Huff
...and much more.
by Johann Von Huff, Esq.
One of America’s great, mighty geniuses of the movies, William Finley was an on-screen personification of lechery, idiot desperation and—above all—obsession.
With erectile eyes bursting forth, he could also be considered director Brian De Palma’s notorious camera incarnate—always leering, ogling, watching from the shadows.
From the archives: We swing past Tamar Dolev's studio in St Kilda, and talk about making art, and painting, and beagles....you know, the usual.
Matty Munster runs us through Robert Forster's "Ten Rules of Rock & Roll"...and comes up with a few rules of his own.
In Dali’s world, ants symbolise decay, decomposition, personal anxiety, human morality, the ephemeral, and overwhelming sexual desire.
Much like the modern attention span, tastebuds have been duly pummelled in recent years. It is a culinary Babylon in which we find ourselves—a repulsive orgy of enhancers, additives, “flavourings” and other wildly gambolling follies.
The Boy brings the torch closer to the Man’s face, and the Man twitches, knocking the back of his head into the tree. They’re just kids, the Man thinks. Just kids.
Success is procrastinating until your anxiety puts you into overdrive. But until then, there’s boredom to kill.
We delve deep into conversation about art, travel, and what it means to follow your passion in a world that refuses to go at your pace.
DO NOT DELAY
Hey. Never mind them other art and culture magazines. Dis is da stuff.
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